In a global and competitive workplace, the skills of human resources professionals are more critical than ever. In fact, companies with highly skilled HR departments experience more than three times the revenue growth and more than twice the profit margins of lesser-skilled organizations, according to a 2012 Boston Consulting Group study. It is no longer enough for talent managers simply to be effective administrators. Today, CEOs and executive committees expect their talent leaders to deliver cutting-edge skills that drive innovation, develop talent and leadership, transform . . .
Most chief learning officers recognize that leaders make a difference in organization results. Leaders boost employee productivity, create organization capabilities, increase customer loyalty, build investor confidence and ensure community reputation. To continually deliver these outcomes, leaders at all levels need to demonstrate agility — the capacity to learn, develop and adapt their thinking and actions to new business requirements. CLOs are charged to develop leaders, yet we find the following often limits leadership development outcomes: Nature/nurture: About 50 percent of how leaders behave is tied . . .
Millennials will soon be the largest generation in the workforce; but are they prepared for leadership roles? These five research-driven tips will help any manager develop a successful millennial workforce.
(And Three Ways To Fix It) I’d like to begin by saying that this article isn’t an attack on you or your current leadership training. It’s an attack on leadership training in general, a $150 billion industry which has almost entirely failed to create the better leaders that it continually promises. Recent Gallup polls have …
We all have bad habits. Sometimes we're not even aware of them, or the effect they have on our lives or careers. "In fact, many of us have habits that sabotage our relationships, work flow, productivity, and bottom line results," says Sylvia Hepler, a career development specialist and author of "Learning Leadership Through Loss." "They can also sabotage our professional future." Here are 12 common bad habits and behaviors that can seriously hurt your career:
Trust is a key element of our personal and professional relationships. Without it progress grinds to a halt and disagreements become rampant amongst friends, coworkers, and leadership. No matter if you are the newest hire or the CEO; you need to understand what trust is and how it is build and that distrust is not just the absence of trust, but a separate, malignant problem! This program will provide you with specifics on how to build trust and overcome distrust. John Settle is a certified mediator and mentor mediator who is an ACR Advanced Workplace mediator. He is on the faculty of George Washington University's Center for Excellence in Public Leadership. He specializes in workplace applications, and speaks widely on trust, negotiation skills, mentoring, conflict management, and ADR subjects. Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation, conflict analysis, facilitation, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. He is a former employee of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Resolution and the D.C. Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency as an ADR Specialist.
Leaders work with people, developing teams that are empowered to perform extraordinary things. Under good leadership, team members will work hard, be motivated and perform at levels well above expectations. The following six rules are designed to help new and aspiring leaders build successful teams. Rule No. 1: Leaders are technical competent. Leaders are technically proficient. They have a well-rounded understanding of their position and that of their subordinates. Proficiency is learning gained from experience, training and education. Learning allows them leaders to establish . . .
I just got back from New York City and four days of meeting over 70 media including television producers, writers, agents, and editors. I gave 2-minute pitches to all of these people, which felt like speed-dating! This got me thinking about
As a leader addressing 500 people whose opinions mattered to me, I started to clam up. Many of you are familiar with that peculiarly palms-sweating, heart-thumping, throat-choking form of social anxiety: the fear of public speaking.
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